5 Liverpool youngsters Steven Gerrard could sign on loan at Rangers
The Scottish Premiership side, Rangers FC, have appointed former Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard as their new manager. He will be joined by the former Scottish international, Gary McAllister as his assistant manager at the Ibrox stadium.
Gerrard previously worked with Liverpool's Under 18 team as a youth manager but he will soon begin his first senior managerial role on June 1.
Rangers are the most successful Scottish side, with 54 league titles, however, they have failed to win any since their administration in 2012. The Light Blues are sitting third on the points table and are 13 points behind the champions, Celtic.
The Reds' legend vowed to strengthen the existing Rangers squad and here is the list of five Liverpool youngsters who can join him on loan at the Ibrox stadium.
#5 Ryan Kent
Oldham-born Ryan Kent has been a part of Liverpool's youth academy since the age of seven and is one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the famous Melwood academy.
Quick, direct, ambidextrous, Kent has just about everything needed to succeed in English football. His game often involves playing one-touch passes, beating his marker with his dribbling skills to open up spaces and sending in crosses from out wide.
He enjoyed successful loan-spells at Coventry City, Barnsley, SC Freiburg and Bristol City during the past few seasons and also featured in a number of Cup games for Liverpool. He won the Barnsley Young Player of the Season in 2017 and featured for England's national team on the youth levels.
Despite having everything in his locker to succeed as a professional footballer, Ryan Kent needs to work on his end-product to take his game to the next level and playing under Steven Gerrard can improve that aspect of his game.